Saudi Arabia wins Best Pavilion award in Expo 2020 Dubai

By Arya M Nair, Official Reporter
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The pavilion of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia participating in “Expo 2020 Dubai” has won the award for the best pavilion.

The Best Pavilion award comes along with two honorary awards, according to the selection of the prestigious EXHIBITOR magazine, whose awards are presented with each edition of the world-famous exhibition.

The award for the best pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai was given in the category of large suites, as well as the honorary awards in the category of best exterior design and best display, in addition to the pavilion’s other accolades.

Saudi pavilion had won the Platinum Certificate in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) by the US Green Building Council (USGBC), and it also holds three Guinness World Records, the largest interactive light floor, the longest interactive water curtain at 32 meters in length, and the largest interactive digital screen mirror its area is more than 1240 square meters.

EXHIBITOR magazine is the main evaluator of Expo world fairs, with its competition, which is the most famous in the world, and has been organizing for more than 30 years, and through which it honors the best-designed exhibitions, according to the assessment of an international committee composed of a design, marketing and events experts.

The Saudi pavilion has attracted the attention of visitors to Expo 2020 Dubai since its launch last October, providing a unique visitor experience that takes visitors to the Kingdom’s past, present and future through an impressive journey, combining technology with knowledge and creative arts that reflect it’s growth and prosperity in all fields, luring a record number of visits, which exceeded four million visitors.

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